Use chick paper to ensure maximum feed and water intake in early stages of development. The rustling sound encourages other chicks to move to sources of feed and water.
Corrugated cardboard roll. For use as a barrier for young chicks under a heater or to line transport crates
Part of our extensive game bird rearing supplies, use this Corrugated Cardboard as a barrier to keep partridge or pheasant chicks under the brooder or as an alternative to chick paper.
PAS Chick Paper, lightweight
Intra Power Chick Paper - Breaks down in approximately 4-5 days to become part of the bedding so there is no need to remove it.
I'm a single handed keeper in the Scottish Borders and just wanted to say how impressed I was with the Quill Lyte Plus, Boost Tonic & Ultra Dri Powder. I used them all this season for the first time amongst some other changes and it's more than halved my losses over the 7 weeks. I reared 12,204 in one big batch that I got from Gib Ocean and came out with 12,002, that's about 1.7% loss and I normally average around 4%. They were probably the best birds I've released and above all else other than Avatec, I used no medication. I will definitely be recommending the products to people in the future, especially the Quill-Lyte Plus and the Boost Tonic.Thanks very much!
Mr Robert Hemingway
Fab service, very impressed with both customer service & delivery, Great Job, Thank you.
I thought a word of congratulation was in order.....I placed my order with you and 24 hours it had made its way from Dorset to me in the wilds of Aberdeenshire. Excellent service, many thanks to all involved.
Just a quick note to say how pleased we have been with the Quill nipple drinkers you supplied to us. The product is simple, reliable and easy to use with the flexibility to be moved anywhere within the house.
Last rearing season I tried your Quill Drinkers on Mallard ducklings - WONDERFUL is how I feel I must begin to describe them! Now I have clean water available 24 hrs a day and such a reduction in bedding requirements - saving labour, ducklings staying much cleaner, eliminating losses due to them getting wet and cold.
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